The Princeton Public Library hosted its annual Local Author Day Saturday, which featured several writers who gave presentations and had books available for sale to the public.

The day also featured workshops and four featured authors reading from their books. Those authors included Sung J. Woo, who has written for The New York Times, and who’s newest book," Love," follows up his acclaimed novel, "Everything Asian."The Mr. Woo also led the workshop, titled “Finishing Your Novel: A Four-Pronged Attack.”

The other featured authors included Lisa Begin-Kruysman ("Around the World in 1909"), R.G. Belsky ("Shooting for the Stars"), and Donna Clovis ("Quantum Leaps in Princeton’s Place"). Ten additional writers, including Mike Morsch, executive editor and digital news director of the Princeton Packet, also made presentations.

For more information on the event, go to www.princetonlibrary.org or call 609-924-9529.

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Donna Vona

Correction, Elena Vona 12, is the co-author of the Jack series.

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